Atlas

Here at Atlas Wearables HQ, we spend our days focused on delivering a quality fitness wearable product and exceptional customer experience. We are uncompromising in our standards and we have made every effort to work with the best individuals and companies in our industry in an effort to create a wider base of expertise. As the old adage goes, if you are the smartest person in a room then you are in the wrong room. This concept has led us to constantly seek out intelligent and forward-thinking peers as we have moved from design to manufacturing.
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Meet our Motion Genome Project Manager, Julie Bennis! Julie hails from Pennsylvania and has an MBA from the Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, as well as a B.A. in Fashion Design and a B.S. in Retail Marketing and Management. Here at Atlas Julie juggles an impressive array of tasks. On any given day you might find Ms. Bennis recruiting MGP participants, collecting data, locking down wholesale accounts, facilitating communication with our manufacturer, creating computer illustrations, or convincing our team to do handstands during her 5-minute yoga breaks.
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Ah, wintertime! Warm fires, fresh cookies, vats of hot cocoa, and whether that makes most yield to hibernation in the face of icy cold fronts. It isn't easy to maintain a solid fitness regimen in the winter, partially because of a carb-induced coma, and partially because of the havoc that cold weather can wreak on our bodies. To be very certain, cold temperatures are a two-sided coin in the world of fitness.
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Atlas Wearables began its fundraising efforts a year ago through Indiegogo, a crowdfunding platform that has aided the fundraising efforts of startups, musicians, authors, philanthropists and many others with an idea to bring to fruition. In their words, "Indiegogo empowers people to activate the global community to make ideas happen." Atlas' original crowdfunding campaign ended with Indiegogo in March 2014 after raising over $600,000 through a phenomenal community of backers. 
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